That’s the verdict of ex-Blues star Michael Essien, who insists his former midfield partner “knows what needs to be done” at Stamford Bridge.
The west London club have endured a mixed start to the 2020/21 campaign despite their hefty summer outlay, taking nine points from their first six outings.
Kai Havertz and Timo Werner are yet to justify their price tags after joining Lampard’s side for a combined £136million, registering just three Premier League goals between them in six appearances.
Nevertheless, defensive recruits Thiago Silva and Ben Chilwell, along with £22million goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, look to have shored up Chelsea’s defence in recent weeks.
And while he admits the pressure is on Lampard to deliver this season, Essien believes his old pal has done a “good job” so far.
“[Lampard] is Chelsea, he knows the club inside out and what needs to be done,” the 37-year-old told Goal.
“He will get the help of everyone there and I think so far that he has done a good job.
“Last season was a good achievement and it isn't an easy place to manage. The fans can demand a lot so it isn't easy, and he is doing his best.
“Football is full of ups and downs, you have to understand that. Get behind the team instead of not being happy after every bad result.
“The job is not easy so you have to be patient and push the team, then hopefully they will do well.
“They have added good players so they will have to deliver as a lot is expected now.”
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Lampard is set to take his Chelsea side to Russia on Wednesday for a Champions League showdown with Krasnodar.
The Blues will be looking to register their first European win of the season, having played out a 0-0 stalemate in their opening fixture against Sevilla last week.